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Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985

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Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985


Published August 7, 1985


First half of a Joy Harjo lecture on Native American women writers. She talks about Native culture, history, oppression, and worldview, and also looks at the riches to be found in Euro-American culture. Harjo reads and discusses works by Native women, including "Why stone does not sing by itself," by Anita Endrezze-danielson, "Story from bear country," by Leslie Marmon Silko, "The strange people," by Louise Erdrich, "The dust will settle," by Luci Tapahonso, "At Mexican Springs," by Laura Tohe, and "The trick is consciousness," by Paula Gunn. (Continues on 85P093)


Run time 1:03:00

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